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STERI–7 Leading the field in Disinfection

STERI–7 Leading the field in Disinfection

Steri–7 Equine products combined with routine hygiene, sound management and every–day infection control practices are critical factors for BIOSECURITY in all equine stables.

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Equine Ulcers & Omeprazole

Equine Ulcers & Omeprazole

The Importance of Seabuckthorn. It is imperative the Omeprazole be continued only as long as necessary to heal a stomach ulcer and that the horse be fed a natural gastric health supplement such as Seabuckthorn to help the healing process for hind gut ulcers and prevent their reoccurrence.

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Helpful Questions Answered – Equine!

Helpful Questions Answered – Equine!

This is CRUCIAL to the feeding and well–being of your horse... from travelling to competing or even just resting... A PREBIOTIC does not contain 'live' bacteria, but instead 'act' on bacteria.

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Eradicating Strangles in Horses

Eradicating Strangles in Horses

The Solution to 'Streptococcus' – equi subsp equi. If your horse had 'Strangles', would you be able to tell? He'd probably have those token swollen lymph nodes & maybe a fever, right?

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What Is Seabuckthorn for Horses?

What Is Seabuckthorn for Horses?

Seabuckthorn is a unique highly palatable equine liquid supplement which can be simply added to your horse's normal daily feeding regime.

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Healthy Horses & Young Foals

Healthy Horses & Young Foals

Infectious Diseases in Horses and Young Foals. A study published in Equine Veterinary Journal (Wohlfender et al, 2009) looked at infectious diseases in the first 30 days of life in 1031 foals on 36 breeding farms in the Newmarket, UK area.

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Key Components of Biosecurity

Key Components of Biosecurity

Biosecurity for Equine Hospitals and Horse Stables. Good biosecurity practices aren’t just for equine hospitals. When a horse is sick on the farm, reducing the transmission of infection could mean the difference between an isolated case and an epidemic.

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 How to Prevent Horse Pathogens when Travelling

How to Prevent Horse Pathogens when Travelling

Protecting the Health of your Horse when Travelling... Summer is peak season for horse shows and events, it's important if travelling to take steps to prevent the spread of equine infectious disease.

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Solution to EIPH in Horses

Solution to EIPH in Horses

What AirlightPlus Can Do ! EIPH is - exercise induced pulmonary haemorrhage (EIPH) A real problem for Racing Horses & Horses engaged in Intense Exercise !

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Best Practice for Stabling of Horses

Best Practice for Stabling of Horses

Environment - The environment in which the horse is housed! All infectious diseases of horses result from the interactions between the animal and its ability to resist disease, an infectious agent (bacteria, viruses, and parasites) and it’s environment.

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